Brian J. Grim, president of the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation, argues that : “reports of the death of organized religion have been exaggerated. According to recent research, the growth of religious populations worldwide is projected to be 23 times larger than the growth of the unreligious between 2010 and 2050.”
Are our politicians, leaders of hope, or are they just hope-less? Sean Barry argues the election of Justin Trudeau is an example of the election of a government promising hope, rather than fear and divisiveness.
Osama Al Mahdi, an Assistant Professor at Bahrain University argues that: “Class is a defining characteristic of modern society, though the meaning and significance of class has changed over time. From Marx to contemporary sociologists, class has maintained its fascination in social science, and the continued effects of class systems still shape our experience and chances of succeeding in life.”
Mohammed Ansar explains how Donald Trump and Ben Carson have failed ‘The Islamophobia Test’ and how American history and John Locke’s influence on the Founding Fathers and US constitution, is inextricably and undeniably, linked to Islam.
Do the laws of physics, those complex rules which govern the universe, say anything about the existence of God? Does the belief in the existence of God change the way we think about those physical laws? Why have scientists ebbed and flowed between seeing physical laws as a way of killing God, to seeing them as a reflection of the mind of God??
Halim Rane, an Associate Professor of Griffith University argues that the problem of Muslim radicalisation is exaggerated and overrepresented in political, media and public discourses.